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Post Funny Kot and Shiba pics here

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Last thread got deaded. Post about buns.
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>>3210605
I ended up putting a bottom on the cage. There is also an elevated wooden 4 walled enclosure inside their cage where they sleep so I figure that will keep them safe from predators. The cage isn't made of chicken wire, it's a thicker, denser wire material so it should be more hardy.
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>>3214834
Good job anon
It will also reduce the chance they develop sore hocks. (Sores on their feet)
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Buns are the best
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My guess is that cat hate is from cityfags. No one in the sticks is setting a gazillion mouse traps. We ALL have cats to deal with rodents. Be honest, how many of you cat haters are urbanites?
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>>3211393
>snakes are better than cats
based
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>>3213910
>autistic
Like something bad
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>>3207078
based
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>>3214127
High IQ ecologists kill strays and ferals and ban import of unneutered pet cats in countries were the wildlife isn't adapted to these kind of predators.
High IQ ecologists fight new settlements in habitats of birds that are already endangered because of severe habitat loss and fragmentation, not the cats that will kill some of them as a byproduct of humans moving near them.

Low IQ shitposters that larp as ecologists plan to save species on islands and in australia by killing neutered pet cats in already established neihbourhoods in mainland america.
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>>3215410
>neutered pet cats don't have a negative impact on the environment
how does it feel to be this retarded?

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I've fucking had it with the "mild Atlantic" air coming over exactly around 24th AGAIN AND AGAIN.
Where's my white Christmas. Been almost a whole decade now.
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>>3215292
Sir that's a ftm trans.
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>>3212280
Moisture brings bugs, not temperature.
Climate should be super dry, bugs won't survive
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>>3212229
GO HERP! GO HERP! GO HERP!
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>>3212309
The still air inside ones home does get somewhat cold in the winter, yes. I get chronic heat rashes though, so most temperatures feel around 5°C warmer to me than what it actually is. I hate summer. It can fuck off and stay fucked off. And I seem to get moderate dust allergy during this time of year. Fuck summer right up its crusty and dehydrated arse.

Heat and cold extremes are both bad, but I'd take sub 10 degree temperatures any day over temps of 25 and up.
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>>3214748
>based on bread, meat, beans, lots of veggies, and near the coast the fish is fresh and amazing. I live between Lucca, Pisa and Florence, so if you're into art and history you'll love it here.
Absolutely fantastic

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DID YOU FUCKING GET THAT NOW?
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>>3214498
Nice, anon.
I wish to pet fuzzy head.
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I couldn't even live happily without birds and their sounds around the area.
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>>3215397
lol that poor swan

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>>3214391
Pige!
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That'll do pide, that'll do.
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make more pige
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>>3214395
Count me in!

China created pig-monkey hybrids
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>>3211917
searing canines
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>>3211111
Based quints
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>>3211823
Because you didn't pay attention in biology class.
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>>3210729
But what about a Man-Bear-Pig?
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>>3211823
They do want to make human pig hybrids to harvest human organs, California had a human pig hybrid live to 1 month and then had to exterminate it.

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What's the fastest growing tree that isn't some flavor of bamboo, a grass, or a meme """""tree""""" like banana? How fast does it grow?
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>>3214668
The other ones are homo erectus though, not sapiens. We still didn't exist for thousands of years
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>>3214616
Seasons greetings.
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>>3214616
being bigger means needing more food
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>>3213873
Tree of paradise is really fast (and annoying)
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>>3215196
I think you mean tree of heaven (ailanthus) or is that a local name?

Is the Yowie real?
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>>3215170
I think its trying to be stealthy walking like a human, in a human area
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>>3215170
RIP pedals, you were one of a kind.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3838910/New-Jersey-black-bear-famous-walking-like-human-badly-injured-paw-shot-dead.html#comments
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>>3215133
I'm about to go walkabout so us it could impact me directly
Stop assuming shit you fuck, the outback is massive
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>>3215121
It's about as real as the sasquatch and the yeti and the Loch Ness monster.
And the chupacabra.
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>>3215133

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E
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>>3214552
Uh oh... Stinky...

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>>3214004
It is toxit to all humans, but Slavs and Chinks with their moonshine.
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>>3213396
bellied
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>>3213834
Based and schloppilled
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>>3213834
this to be schloppest
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>>3213742
Kek

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Name a more based animal
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>>3214851
you enjoy killing cats too?
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>>3214130
Crows do this in my place every year and they still come back since a few babies aren't found, smashed and eaten.
Still, small birds are like mice, they are adapted too high losses.

>>3214851
Invasive in one place, native and almost endangered in another. I just hope people check beforehand.
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>>3207497
here's me holding a more based animal
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>>3207497
>Name a more based animal
Your auntie when she's smoking my greasy old pork bong.

>post chinchillas
this is Moogle
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>>3214901
NO TOUCHY >:(
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>>3215158
Boring
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>>3215235
u are
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>>3215158
Why do you act infantile on the internet?
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>>3215314
infantile answer on infantile question

I thought cats couldn't pass the mirror test. What's this then?
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>>3214961
based.
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I find cats "learn" through repeated exposure. I have a mirror wall in my house and my 3-4 cats throughout the years would react to reflections correctly and did not mistake their reflections for other cats.

However, I've never seen one look to the mirror and notice any oddities in their appearance or use it to check themselves.
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>>3214630
I don't think passing the mirror test counts after spending years around mirrors.
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>>3214940
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akE2Sgg8hI8
They should do more classic mirror tests, some might pass.
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>>3214961
Based

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A thread where you can talk about and post pictures of these lovable birds.
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>>3214211
Don't talk like you know anything. Asbestos is just fibrous crystals. In spun wool insulation form it's very dangerous as just handling it will break off airborne fibers. In tile form it's essentially harmless unless purposefully broken up. Asbestos rock is all over the place just in the ground, not hurting anything. Do you know what's done with removed asbestos? It's buried back in the ground. A person removing asbestos tile should wear a simple fine particulate mask as a precaution, but that's it. No need for moon suits and full respirators, or a license to carry shit out to a truck.
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>>3202485
My condolences. R.I.P. 32 brave lil soldiers
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Where can I find the biggest cock.
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>>3215201
Check the biggest coop.
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>>3211679
cute!


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